2016-08-22 1:57 GMT+02:00 Eric Scherer <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I'm amazed and surprised none of your webpages -- including the downloads
-- are via secure/encrypted connections ("https://" or otherwise).
There's absolutely no reason ANY website should be doing this.
I refuse any site, not to mention download anything from them, if
connections aren't secure and encrypted.
BIG oversight on your behalf.
The libreoffice.org website is served through both http and https.
For what it's worth, I doubt it's an oversight at all: in some
circumstances, people can have difficulty to access websites through TLS
connections (sadly). Still, the secure alternative is available. In fact,
the first answer in google for "libreoffice" is the https version.
Keep in mind that using https by itself just mean that the server's
identity is verified by a third party and that the connection isn't
tampered with. The trust to give to this "third party" is another matter :)
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